New Balance MO889 Light Shoe with Right Fit
March 19, 2013
Reviewer: Bill from Lusby, MD
Shoe is nice looking and extremely comfortable. Vibram soles are durable and good for light climbing on slippery surfaces. Unfortunately, shoes seem to be hastily made with glue where it's not supposed to be and what looks like paint overspray on small portions of the shoe. I miss when most New Balance shoes were made in the US, the workmanship was much better. One of the shoes was put together a little off, so there is some bunching of the material at the instep. If it were much worse I would have returned them for another pair, and probably should have from the beginning. I'm a little skeptical of some of the materials used in the shoes construction being able to endure rough wear and being able to last. There is a black felt like material that is already lightly pilling. I have only worn them a few times so I can't be sure of how well they will hold up. I also can't say that they would be worth the retail price, but then again I didn't pay that for them.
Wears this shoe: Casual wear and light trail walking
Terox Flip Flop Love love love this flip flop!!!
March 18, 2013
Reviewer: Aggie from Frankfort, KY
My Terox flip flops are like walking on clouds. I highly recommend them to any flop flop enthusiast. And they are made in the USA!
Wears this shoe: All summer long.
New Balance MT610v2
March 15, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous from NY, NY
Light and comfortable
Wears this shoe: all the time
Saucony Jazz Low Pro very confortable sneakers
March 15, 2013
Reviewer: d. v. from bronx,ny
I bought these sneakers for my son He is 11 years old and He love running around at the neighborhood park He loves these sneakers very much because He says they are pretty nice and comfortable he says he can run faster now since these shoes are very light and I would recommend these sneakers to everyone who likes light weight shoes the size was perfect because He is a little bit wide foot but other than that they fit well.
Wears this shoe: for walking and running